The application for CSSS Award Fall 2017 is now officially open. Please attach your application to the reply of this email before September 10th, 2017, 11:59PM. More information regarding the award can be found below:
A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 at SFU and be in good academic standing. In the case the student is a first term or transfer student he/she must possess an equivalent secondary school or college standing.
Registration in a minimum of 9 units of standard graded courses in the term of eligibility
Title: COMPUTING SCIENCE STUDENT SOCIETY AWARD
Program ID: UEAO-42
The Undergraduate Computing Science Student Society fund provides annual awards from a portion of the earned interest. Awards will be given in the Fall and/or Spring terms to undergraduate students in Computing Science, who if declared majors, meet the GPA requirements to stay in the School, or if not a declared major, meet the School's requirement to declare. Candidates need not have completed all the courses required to declare a major in Computing Science.
Applicants must demonstrate service to the university community in particular to the undergraduate Computing Science Student Society and/or the Computing Science undergraduate student body. Financial need may be taken into account if more than one student qualifies for the award.
Applications for the award should be addressed to the Director of the School of Computing Science and will include a letter discussing university community involvement or involvement with the Society. Recommendations from any member may be submitted to the Director.
All applications will be reviewed by the CSSS to determine the best nominee going forward, and all applications will be sent to the UCC. A final decision will be reached between the CSSS and the UCC to determine the winning nominee.
For any questions regarding this award, please reply back to this email, or email us at email@example.com.
We hope to see all your applications soon!
Director of Communications
Simon Fraser University | CSSS